Meaning of freeness in English:



See free

‘Whoever would overthrow the liberty of a nation must begin by subduing the freeness of speech.’
  • ‘Some of these incidents allegedly prevented persons from exercising their constitutional right to vote and have accordingly impacted on the freeness and fairness of the election.’
  • ‘I really like the freeness of being single.’
  • ‘The handling of the paint, with its impasto highlights, has the freeness and immediacy of his earliest work, before he took a more methodical and restrained approach toward brushwork.’
  • ‘It is exactly this freeness to question and confuse that define his work.’